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Revisiting Style in Literary and Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Articulations

Edited By Jasmin Herrmann, Moritz Ingwersen, Björn Sonnenberg-Schrank and Olga Ludmila Tarapata

The collected volume brings together leading scholars from a broad range of disciplines in the humanities to interrogate the productivity of style as an element of cultural expression and a parameter of cultural analysis. Despite its ubiquity in examinations of artistic singularity or postulations of epochal patterns, style remains a notoriously elusive concept. Suspicious of monolithic definitions, the contributions assembled in this volume address style from a multiplicity of methodological and conceptual angles, drawing from fields that include literary studies, film and media studies, post-structuralist philosophy, philosophy of science, and American cultural studies.

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Fig. 3.1: Example of transposing an utterance into a coded curve

Fig. 11.1: Creature film star Al Partanen. Source: The Creature Video, directed by Lee Charron, Noah Quale, The Creature Skateboards, 2017.

Fig. 11.2: Brian Hansen. Source: Fallen – Road Less Traveled, directed by Mike Gilbert, Fallen Footwear, 2013.

Fig. 11.3: Tommy Sandoval. Source: Fallen – Road Less Traveled, directed by Mike Gilbert, Fallen Footwear, 2013.

Fig. 11.4: Tony Cervantes. Source: Fallen – Road Less Traveled, directed by Mike Gilbert, Fallen Footwear, 2013.

Fig. 11.5: Chris Joslin. Source: Plan B: True, directed by Erik Bragg, Plan B, 2014.

Fig. 15.1: The world was moving she was floating above it and she was. Source: Talking Heads, “And She Was,” Music Video directed by Jim Blashfield.

Fig. 15.2: Keyboardist Jerry Harrison stops raking leaves to look up at the floating neighbor. Source: Talking Heads, “And She Was,” Music Video directed by Jim Blashfield.

Fig. 15.3: She sees you… and I see you too. Source: All That Heaven Allows, directed by Douglas Sirk, Universal International Pictures, 1955.

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